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Pulp Fiction

Witty, stylish, and romantic to its dark heart, PULP FICTION is a compulsively funny and strangely dreamy look at the criminals, hangers-on, and low-life scum who populate a glamorously sleazy Los Angeles of the mind. After an introductory sequence feat… (more)

Released: 1994

Rating: R

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  • Released: 1994
  • Rating: R
  • Review: Witty, stylish, and romantic to its dark heart, PULP FICTION is a compulsively funny and strangely dreamy look at the criminals, hangers-on, and low-life scum who populate a glamorously sleazy Los Angeles of the mind. After an introductory sequence feat… (more)

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